Girls' Cross Country State Champions



Year Class Champion Score
1979 - Lindbergh 83 - 84
1980 - Hickman 84 - 91
1981 - Hickman 67 - 68
1982 - Herculaneum 76 - 81
       
1983 1A-3A Herculaneum 34 - 118
  4A Nesho 64 - 74
       
1984 1A-3A Herculaneum 83 - 127
  4A Neosho 87 - 107
       
1985 1A-3A Herculaneum 43 - 63 
  4A West Plains 66 - 100
       
1986 1A-3A Warrensburg 59 - 81
  4A Hazelwood Central 85 - 90
       
1987 1A-2A Steelville 37 - 57
  3A Helias 57 - 103
  4A Francis Howell 68 - 109
       
1988 1A-2A Steelville 68 - 76
  3A Warrensburg 65 - 69
  4A Lafayette (Wildwood) 51 - 92
       
1989 1A-2A Principia 76 - 87
  3A Warrensburg 107 - 126
  4A Parkway West 47 - 89
       
1990 1A-2A Pembroke Hill 40 - 59
  3A Excelsior Springs 95 - 98
  4A Parkway West 82 - 115
       
1991 1A-2A Pembroke Hill 36 - 78
  3A Fulton 59 - 72
  4A Kickapoo 68 - 82
       
1992 1A-2A Principia 72 - 120
  3A St. Teresa's Acad. 65 - 81
  4A West Plains 76 - 99
       
1993 1A-2A St. Mary's (Indep.) 71 - 82
  3A Clinton 111 - 138
  4A West Plains 80 - 140
       
1994 1A-2A Alton 91 - 110
  3A St. Teresa's Acad. 101 - 113
  4A Jefferson City 66 - 85
       
1995 1A-2A Principia 72 - 97
  3A Duchesne 81 - 101
  4A West Plains 89 - 149
       
1996 1A-2A Willow Springs  100 - 113
  3A Visitation Academy 43 - 99
  4A West Plains 93 - 147
       
1997 1A-2A Kelly 87 - 94
  3A Moberly 83 - 90#
  4A Kirkwood 64 - 84
       
1998 1A Elsberry 101 - 112
  2A Logan-Rogersville 65 - 102
  3A St. Charles West  51 - 90
  4A West Plains 59 - 108
       
1999 1A Linn 57 - 72
  2A Logan-Rogersville 97 - 107
  3A Raytown South 132 - 139
  4A Francis Howell 94 - 106
       
2000 1A Cabool 83 - 95
  2A Logan-Rogersville 80 - 89
  3A Notre Dame de Sion  74 - 92
  4A Lee's Summit 120 - 133
       
2001 1A Valley Park 75 - 84
  2A Herculaneum 115 - 121
  3A Raymore-Pelculiar 92 - 115
  4A Blue Springs 71 - 91
       
2002 1 Elsberry 107 - 116
  2 Smithville 118 - 124
  3 Notre Dame de Sion 60 - 63
  4 West Plains 32 - 67
       
2003 1 Linn 82 - 118
  2 St Mary's (Indep.) 105 - 123
  3 Warrensburg 75 - 80
  4 West Plains 27 - 106
       
2004 1 Penney 52 - 66
  2 Ste. Genevieve 43 - 113
  3 West Plains  15 - 80
  4 Lee's Summit North 98 - 137
       
2005 1 Penney 51 - 51
  2 Ste. Genevieve 27 - 73
  3 West Plains 68 - 72
  4 Lee's Summit North 74 - 88
       
2006 1 Penney 65 - 86
  2 Herculaneum 32 - 126
  3 West Plains 73 - 84
  4 Liberty 110 - 116
       
2007 1 Penney 27 - 60
  2 Herculaneum 69 - 90
  3 West Plains 74 - 90
  4 Lee's Summit West 73 - 106
       
2008 1 Penney 58 - 100
  2 Herculaneum 102 - 154
  3 West Plains 75 - 78
  4 Lee's Summit West 69 - 133
       
2009 1 Penney 51 - 66
  2 Herculaneum 31 - 110
  3 Kearney 59 - 77
  4 Lee's Summit West 43 - 141
       
2010 1 Russellville 110 - 111
  2 Springfield Catholic 49 - 68
  3 Kearney 105 - 120
  4 Lee's Summit West 52 - 118
       
2011 1 Russellville 86 - 99
  2 Herculaneum 95 - 125
  3 Kearney 53 - 101
  4 Lee's Summit West 77 - 124

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